Need more incentive not to stray from THE RED ROAD (as if the previous 6 ways were not enough)? How about in-depth interviews with the series’ all star cast?
THE RED ROAD’s Allie Gonino recently did a Q&A on Twitter where she answered fan questions about the show and her personal life. Here are 8 things you might’ve not know about her.
Are you a real RED ROADIE? If you’re obsessed with THE RED ROAD like us, you’ll want to see what the cast has to say about everything from on-set fireworks to impromptu jam sessions — they’ve even taken the time to answer your questions on Facebook and Twitter.
Allie Gonino, who plays high schooler Rachel Jensen in SundanceTV’s THE RED ROAD, talks about her own rebellious teenage years, being an activist, and jamming with co-star Kiowa Gordon.
Can’t wait for THE RED ROAD Season 2? Keep up with the stars’ other big and small screen projects in the meantime.
Can’t wait for THE RED ROAD Season 2? Keep up with the stars through their upcoming big-screen projects in the meantime.
Jason Momoa (Phillip Kopus)
In addition to starring in and directing the recently released Road to Paloma (which also features wife Lisa Bonet), Momoa has two more movies slated for 2014: The action-horror coming-of-age movie Wolves (as in were-) helmed by screenwriter David Hayter (X-Men, X2 and Watchmen) for this summer; and Debug, a hackers-in-space thriller directed by Stargate: Atlantis costar David Hewlett.
Need to get up to speed with THE RED ROAD? This weekend is your perfect opportunity. SundanceTV is having a marathon of all the episodes so far with back-to-back encores starting Sunday at 5pm/4c. Looking to extend that experience online? Consider the following.
Actress Allie Gonino (THE RED ROAD’s Rachel Jensen) talks about her most challenging scene and her volunteer work with The Thirst Project.
During a traditional Native American ceremonial dance in the woods, tribe member Phillip Kopus (Jason Momoa) watches as police officer Harold Jensen (Martin Henderson) circulates a “missing person” flyer to the crowd. Jensen later questions locals about a missing NYU student.